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Kinrick o Lan Xang

ອານາຈັກລ້ານຊ້າງ
1354–1707
Lan Xang's zone o influence an neebours, c. 1540
Lan Xang's zone o influence an neebours, c. 1540
CaipitalLuang Prabang (1354–1560) Vientiane (1560–1707)
Common leidsLao
Releegion
Buddhism
GovrenmentMonarchy
Keeng 
• 1354–1385
Fa Ngum
• 1373–1416
Samsenethai
• 1548–1571
Setthathirath
• 1637–1694
Sourigna Vongsa
Historical eraMiddle Ages an Renaissance
• Foondit bi Fa Ngum
1354
• Kinrick partitioned
1707
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Nanzhao
Kinrick o Luang Prabang
Kinrick o Vientiane
Kinrick o Champasak

The Lao Kinrick o Lan Xang Hom Khao (Lao: ລ້ານຊ້າງຮົ່ມຂາວ lān sāng hom khāo, pronounced [lâːn sâːŋ hōm kʰǎːw]; "Million Elephants an White Parasols")[lower-alpha 1] existit as a unifee'd kinrick frae 1354 tae 1707.

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  1. Historical Lao Romanisation variations o the name Lan Xang include Lan Sang, Lane Sang, an Lane Xang. The kinrick is kent in ither leids as follaes:
    • Burmese: လင်ဇင်း
    • Cheenese: 澜沧王国/瀾滄王國 (pinyin: Láncāng Wángguó); historical: 南掌 (pinyin: Nánzhǎng)
    • Khmer: លានជាង, លានដំរី, or ស្រីសតនាគនហុត
    • Pali: Siri Satanāganahuta
    • Sanskrit: Srī Śatanāganayuta
    • Thai: ล้านช้าง (RTGSLan Chang) or ล้านช้างร่มขาว (RTGSLan Chang Rom Khao)
    • Vietnamese: Vương quốc Lan Xang; historical: Ai Lao (哀牢), Vạn Tượng (萬象) or Nam Chưởng (南掌)

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